Vatican Rejects Claims of Pope's Ties to Argentina's 'Dirty War'
Habemus Papem! We have a Pope! Habemus scaldalum? We have a scandal, possibly. As Eugene Robinson writes, Argentinian media are abuzz with their countryman's election as Supreme Pontiff — the first non-European Pope. But there's a smaller buzz
Artuso Pastry shop in the Bronx, which was known for its Pope Benedict XVI cookies, has been quick to offer up cookies bearing Pope Francis's picture.
Read more coverage about the new pope in Spanish at CNNMexico.com. Vatican City (CNN) — The Vatican pushed back Friday against claims that Pope Francis failed to protect two fellow Jesuit priests who were kidnapped during Argentina's military
As Pope Francis, the unassuming cleric who rode the subway in Buenos Aires and rejected the Cardinal's lavish suburban quarters will draw crowds wherever he goes. Where he once washed the feet of AIDS sufferers, shared tea and pastries with destitute
VATICAN CITY — Reacting with unusual swiftness, the Vatican on Friday rejected any suggestion that Pope Francis of Argentina was implicated in his country's so-called Dirty War during the 1970s, tackling the issue just two days after the pontiff's